The volcano in Iceland woke up and paralyzed Europe

Volcanic dust attackes Europe again

In brief: Volcanic eruption in Iceland continues to hold at bay airlines in Europe and the U.S., the situation is not improving.

Volcanic eruption in Iceland continues to pose major challenges for Europe, more precisely ash and volcanic dust threatens Old World. Thus, Italy has closed nearly every airport in the northern part of the country until 12:00 local time. Authorities in Scotland announced the termination of flights of six airports.

Portugal closed the airport of Porto, in Spain – Santiago and Vigo. A cloud of volcanic dust is moving into the territory of Western Europe from the Atlantic Ocean. It is reported that the cessation of flights may declare France and Switzerland. As expected by Sunday evening cloud chart ranks south Germany, the Czech Republic and Austria.

Recall, a cloud of ash from the Icelandic volcano Eyyafyatlayokudl, moving to the south of Europe, forced the Spanish authorities to close on Saturday, May 8, 1916 airports.

Iceland Volcano Eruption Eyyafyatlayokudl lasts from April 2010. The resulting cloud of ash over Europe led to the most serious disruptions in air communication with the Second World War. Losses suffered by European tourism and airlines, were estimated at approximately 2,5 billion euros.

By the end of April the concentration of particles of ash over most of Europe has declined, allowing local airlines to resume normal operation. Meanwhile, for 3 and 4 May, again appeared a cloud led to the closure of airspace over Ireland and part of the UK.

Ukrainian Globalist
2010-05-09 15:12, Society.

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